Sharing a Smart Transfer with Personal Login Credentials Note:
These instructions assume you
know how to configure a smart transfer. For more information, see Creating a Smart Transfer
For more information about sharing smart transfers with
personal logins, see
Create endpoints on the nodes you want to use for this smart transfer.
For detailed instructions, see Adding Endpoints
Tip: To use domain names as transfer endpoints, create an unmanaged
node using a domain name, then add an Endpoint to this unmanaged
Go to Transfer and click New Smart
Select Share this smart transfer.
Note: When creating a smart transfer with Any as an endpoint, you must first
save the smart transfer before selecting Share this smart
Select endpoints for the Source and Destination.
Tip: Create new personal saved endpoints by selecting the desired
node and entering the SSH user login credentials.
Finish configuring the smart transfer. Click Save when
Enable a user to start this smart transfer.
Admin users have permissions to all transfers and do not need to be
added to a group to use a shared smart transfer. By default, admins do not have the
ability to edit Smart Transfers that are shared with them but owned by another admin. To
enable admins to edit each other's smart transfers, go to Configuration >
and select Smart Transfer Editing: Allow
administrators to edit each other's Smart Transfers
Note: Even with this
feature enabled, admins can only edit smart transfers that do not contain personally
saved login credentials.
Tip: Editing another admin's smart
transfer changes ownership of the smart transfer to the admin who made the last